Contact your GP about a health problem with the NHS App You may be able to use the NHS App to contact your GP surgeon about documents like fit notes or an update on a test result. Open the NHS App and make sure you are logged in From the homepage, tap on Services at … Continued
Documents and Updates in the NHS App You may be able to use the NHS App to contact your GP surgeon about documents like fit notes or an update on a test result. Open the NHS App and make sure you are logged in From the homepage, tap on Services at the bottom of the … Continued
Getting medical help using 111 online in the NHS App If you think you need medical help right now, you can use 111 online in the NHS App to find out what to do. From the homepage, tap on the Services icon at the bottom of the screen. From here, you can: Open the NHS … Continued
See all available services in the NHS App The services page of the NHS app is where you can see all the actions available to you. From the homepage, tap on the Services icon at the bottom of the screen. From here, you can: Request a repeat prescription Check for available appointments Use NHS 111 … Continued
The NHS App gives people who take regularly prescribed medication a quick, easy, and convenient way to request their next batch of medicine.
Managing services for another person in the NHS App If you have proxy access to the health records of a family member or someone else you look after, here is how to switch to their profile in the NHS App so you can act on their behalf. Follow the step-by-step instructions or watch the video … Continued
Pick the service you are looking for, enter your postcode and hit search below.
Video Playlist: NHS App Video guides on how to get the NHS App and how it can save you time and effort. Hover over the icon in the top right to see all NHS App videos
How to use the NHS Bowel Cancer Screening kit If you are aged 60 to 74, you will be sent an NHS Bowel Cancer Screening Kit every two years. It is a simple ‘at home’ test that looks for tiny amounts of blood in your poo, which can indicate bowel cancer. Every year more than … Continued
Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) The Community Pharmacist Consultation Service (CPCS) integrates Community Pharmacists into primary care. This means for patients that same-day appointments with Community Pharmacists are available for a range of minor ailments or urgent supplies of regular medication. The service gives patients quicker access to Pharmacists and their expert knowledge and alleviates … Continued